Tony had the correct answer. The end-user DOES NOT have to have Acrobat
DC. The form must be made "Reader enabled," but that can be done by the
author prior to distribution. Follow Tony's steps and you'll be good.
As you said above, George, "You can't use Reader, you have to use
Acrobat. So your client will have to get Acrobat and Reader-enable the
forms that you develop. If you don't have Acrobat, you can download and
install the trial version so you can test this out." The key words
being, " . . . So your client will have to get Acrobat and Reader-enable
the forms that you develop." It was just a tad misleading, which is what
I was commenting on to Tony. And, downloading a trial version? My
clients do n...
Thank you, Tony! It worked in Adobe Acrobat DC Pro''. I don't know why
they are implying above the end-user has to do the extended save in Pro.
I did it and forwarded the resulting PDF and it works perfectly.Thanks!